To be eligible as overseas candidate for IIMA you need to be onsite for 12 months and I had only 10 months
This leads to two more questions
1) Is there any advantage in applying as an overseas candidate versus as a candidate from india
2) do you have to be currently living abroad for more than a year to apply as overseas candidate or if sometime in the past you've lived overseas for more than an year then you are eligible. Probably this is a dumb question...but i thought i'll get it clarified.
Actually very valid questions You have to be living abroad and complete 12 months by december 31st of the year of cat examination
12 months IIM A and 18 months for other IIMs
GMAT score must be 730+ They map ur GMAT percentile to CAT percentile
Advantage of overseas app??
its a lot easier to get 730+ in GMAT than getting even 90 percentile in CAt
also the level of GMAT is bogus as compared to CAT